Question about Car Audio & Video
First check your paperwork and see if the number is listed in maybe the manual. If it is not or you do not want to look for it call any mitsubishi dealer and give them your VIN number. They should be able to give you the number. Some cars do need to be brought into a dealer and hooked up to a machine to reset the number but this should not cost you anything even if you go to a dealer that did not sell you the car. I'm not sure if I sent this twice if I did sorry
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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